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Twenty shares National Bank of
4 t ltaw J. J. Lane,
Sunday e-ening, April 20, by Rev.
N. N. Burton at West End Baptist par
sonage, MXr. Rufus Senn and Miss
Carrie Ivey, both of West End, New
Er&kine Defeats NewberrY.
Erskine and Ne berry crossed bats
at Greenwood on Friday afternoon, and
Newberry was defeated by a score of
twelve to ten. The Newberry boys
C-r,,,P~clearly played the better ball, but lost
the game on costly errors at critical
For Newberry Wiles on short and
Elmore on second did the star playing.
I will be at Newberry every Satur
day until May 15. Will be there on
first Monday ana the 15th day of May
for the purpose of receipting for the
Farmers' Mutual Insurance Associa
tiol. The Clerk of Court is author
Ised to receipt in my absence, and on
other days of the week.
L. I. EPTING, Treas.
Don't neglect biliousness and consti
pation. Your health will suffer per
mauently iZ you do. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers cure such cases. M. B.
Smith, Butternut, Mich., t-ays "De
Witt's Little Early Risers are the most
Satisfactory pills I ever took. Never
or cause nausea." W. E. Pel
The good people of Aveleigh Churce
having found out that their pastor's
pavvy was empiv undertook last Fri
day to replebiSh it, and they did. Did
i6 so effectively that it will be many a
daj before it wi.l be so emply again.
An&ad If this was not enough, a num
berby their personal presence made
the evening one of the most enj.)yable
th has been at the home for quite a
wbi, All of which were received by
Rev. L - Williamson and fauily as
expesions of attachment and token of
e4 u for which they are still very
thankful, and pray that he may be able
to mInlsterto these good people in
spiritual things even as they have
ministered to him in material things.
A Doctor.'s Bad Flight.
- Two years ago, as a result of a se
eieild, I lost moy voice," writes Dr.
. Scarbrough, of Hebron, Ohio,
tahen began an obstinate eough.
Eery remedy known to me as a prac
sitrphysician for 35 years, failed,
sofdalygrw mwre Being urged
sede-y D. Kng'sNewDiscovery for
paio, Coghsand Colds, I
found quick relief, and for last ten
days have felt better than for two
-year. " Positively guaranteed for
Trest and Lung troubles by all drug
gst. W0e, and $1 00 bottle Trial free.
ste at Wess End Baptist charce
Yba services at West End Baptist
- 4aueO on last 8unday night were of
anmial interest. The occasion being
tb&ordinatioo of Mr. D. M. Wilkins
seieMr. W. Oscar Wilson to the deacon
shp.Te ~service was lengthy but
thosoughly enjoyed by the large con
gresgation. The sermon and'charge to
hedes3one were delivered by Rev.
0.A. Wright, prayer by the pastor,
-Bev. N. N. Burton, imposition of hands
by sth. presbytery~and charge to the
chureb by Rev. J. W. Blanton The
absince of Rev. L. W. Swops, who was
expected toatake a part in the exer
eines, was very much regretted by the
pastor and congregation.
- Wanta To help otaars.
"I had Ptomach trouble all my life,"
says Ed w. Men ier, proprietor of the
Union Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "aud
tried all kinds of remedie', went to sev
eoral doctors and spent considerale
m'ney trying toget ai mo,m.angs peace
Finally I[read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and-bave-been taking~ it to my great
-satisfaction. I never found its equal.
for Moemach trouble and gladly recomn
'mend it in hope that I may help other
sufferers " Kodol Dyspeo.sia Cure cures
all stomach troubles. You don't have
to dlet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat. W. E. Pelham & Son.
Off For the Dallas Renion.
The following members of the Jamas
D). Nance Camp, U. C. V., left on Sun
*day for the Confederate reunion at
Dallas, Texas, going over the Southern
railroad: M. K. Buford, G. F. Long,
D. .B Wheeler, R. C. Carlisle, Jas. S
Spearman, E P. Matthews and Wm
Fianklin, Mr. Long was accompanied
by his daughter. He will visit his son,
Prof. Lawson Long, who is superinten
dont of-the city schools of Dallas. Mr.
Spearman is also arcomnpanied by his
Mrs. L W. C. Blalock and Mrs. W. A.
HDi also went with the veterans but
'will spend the time visiting relatives.
Mrs. Blalock has a brother in Texas
and so has Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Broaddus
also accompanied the veterans.
In the mor.ing of Sunday s-veral
of the young men left for Dallas.
Among them were Mr. Win. C. Tyree,
Dr. D. L Boozer, Jr , Mr. ('. P. Pel
hamn. Dr. W. E. Pelbam, Jr., Mr. L. B.
Klbler,.aMr. 0. D. Padgett and Mr
W. W. Spearman. -
On the train when it reached New
berry, were the folow ing from Po
maria: Dr Geo. A. Setz'er, Mr John
A. Graham, Mrs. Polly Graham, Miss
Jessie Epting and Mr. Jas. F. Miller.
A Nearly Fata Ronaway*
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove. Ill., which
defied doctors and aill remedies for four
years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Sa,lve
cured him Just as go od for Boils,
Burns. Bruises, Cuts. Corns Scalds.
Skin reuptions and Piles. 25c at all
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There is talk of organizing an E k
Club in this city at an early date.
Mr. Wm. Johnson has had his r .,
dence on Calhoun Street neatly
A week of prayer will be observed
next week by the Women's Mi ssionar
Society of the Lutheran Church.
Mimnaugh continues to quote attrac
tive prices on attractive goods. Rea
what he has to say in this paper.
Those who are in the habit of com
plaining about the weather had to tkt
a back seat Sunday and yesterday.
The Bell Telephone Company is. try
ing to perfect arrangements to estab
lish a station at Helena with Mr. B. E
The first gun of the political cam
paign of 1902 will be fired this week
The Democratic Clubs throughout tbe
State will meet on Saturday for reor
Rev. C. M. Bayel, of Erskine Theo
logical Seminary will preach at King'
Creek next Sabbath at 11 A. M. Aftei
preaching a meeting of the congrega
tion will be held.
There will be a game of base-ball or
the college grounds Wednesday after
noon between Newberry and Furman,
and on Friday afternoon between New
berry and Clemson.
Superintendent Werts is making an
effort to have some distinguished
educator present at the next meeting
of the teachers' association to make
The C., & G. S. Mower Co., have a
word of advice in their ad. this week
to say to economical buyers, and that
ought to include everybody. Vi4it
this store and you are sure to be please .I
in bargains they offer.
See the game between Newbi-rry and
Furman Wednesday, at the College
base-ball park. You will enj.>y the
game and it will help the boys They
are trying to get new uniforms which
they need very badly. Don't miss the
A series of services is.being held at
the college this week under the aus
pices of tbe Young Men's Christian
Association. The services are being
conducted by Rev. W. L. Seabrook.
l'he Wednesday evening service will
be held in the Lutheran church, all
other services will be held in the col
Mr. J. N. .Fowles, of Columbia, was
in the city yesterday.
Ron? C. T. Wyche, of Prosperity,
spent several houra in Newberry yes
Hon. Geo. Johnstone went to Lau
rens the early part of the week on pro
Rev. S. Lander, D. D., of Williams
ton, preached in the O'Neall Methodist
Church Sunday morning.
Mr. Tom Harrell. who has a position
with the Atlantic Coast Line, at Flor
ence, spent Sundlay in Ne wberry and
returned to Florence yesteday.
Miss Jean Pelham, of she Presby
terian College for Women, came home
to spend Sunday with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. W. E. Pelham.
Col. Jno. F. Hobbs, wife and little
daughter, of New York, arrived in the
city yesterday and are the guests of
Mr. Jno. A Summer's family.
Miss B'and Epps, of Virginia, a stu
dent at the Prsbyterian College for
Women, Columbia, spent Sunday in
be city witb Miss Jeanne Pelbamn.
Mrs. S. A. Riser and daughters,
Misses Mary anid S3na, of Newberry,
n their way home from the exposition
last week stopped over in town a few
days to visit M'. and1 Mrs. LeRoy Lee.
-Kingstree Record, 17th.
The~ Inter-- :oIegIate Oiatorial C>)Dtest
The annual contest of the Inter-col
i.giate Oratorial Association of South
Darolina was held in Greenwood On
Friday night, April 18th. The mem
ers of the association are Wofford,
lemson, Ne w berry. Erskine, Furman,
and the Presbyterian College at Clin
tn, all of which/were represented, ex
ept Wofford, whose orator was suffer
ig f rom pneumonia.
At an early hour the hall was filled
with people, and at tthe beginning of
the exercises standing room could not
The program was arranged as follows:
G W Cunningham, Furman-Dark
ness and Dawn.
M E Ziegler, Clemson - The Golden
Rule in Politics.
S B Alexandre, Presbyterian ('ollege
-A Retrospect, or Yesterday and To
R W McDaniel, Erskine-Social
J K Aull, New berry-Revolution and
Mr G W Cunningham, of Furman,
received first medal and Mr M E Zieg
ler, of Clemson, second.
The final averages including com
position and delivery were as follows
G WV (unningham, 83.22; M E Ziegler.
81.44; J K Au I, 80.27; S B Alexandire
77 88; R W Mc Daniel, 76 88.
The following were the grades or
cmpsition;: M E Ziegler, 78.22; J E
Aull, 76 22; G WV Cun'iinghamn, 73 24
R W McDaniel, 70.44; S B Alexandre
All the speak'rs did credit to them
selves and the institutions which the:
represented and the entire progran
was one of the best in the history of thi
association and was thoroughly enjoyet
by the large crowd present. C D E.
andole ight. DCure day tkiney
and1~ 1 blder ht Do'tdeaytain
IS OUR MOTTO IN (
No lagging on
This fact acco
I You pay us no Prer
our clothing, but every
intrinsic value. This
Telling the peol
'we are showing
goods for the les
$7.50 to $10.00
at $12.50 to $18.
of Summer W(
YOURS FOR TIlE
Newberry vs. Furman Wednesday at 4
One of the best games of the season
will be played on the college grounds
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, b* -
tween Newberry College and Furman
University. The Furman team plays
fast ball, and the local team has been
strengthened since the Carolina game,
so an interesting contest may be ex
pected. Every one should come out
and encourage the players. It is the
first visit of the Furman boys to New
berry; show your appreciation of their
visit by giving them a cordial welcome,
and by comirig out to see their game.
Admission:- Gentlemen 25c.; ladies
and children 15c. Grand stand 10 cents
extra. Come out and see t.he game.
A Meary Heart
Comes from eating good bread. The
Book says, "Eat bread and let thy
heart be merry." But to have a merry
heart, the bread must be good, and to
have it good, you must use good flour,
which the game means Bransford's
"Clifton." We have gained the lead
by virtue of purity and quality, and we
propose to keep it, if purity and quality
will do it. If you want satisfaction in
baking, ask for "Clifton" flour.
Shot In His Left Leg.
For all kinds of sores, bruises, or
other wounds DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases
yield to it at once. Never fails in cases
of piles. Cooling and healing. None
genuine but DeWitt's. Beware of coun
terfeits. "I suffered for many years
from a sore caused by a gun shot wound
in my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, Eng
lish Ind. "It would not heal and gave
me much trouble. I used all kinds of
remedies to no purpoee until I tried
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few
boxes completely cured me." W. E.
Pelham & Son.
The New Bakery and Confectionery Store.
Henry A. Meyer and Sons, of Charles
ton S C. will open up this week a con
fectionery store, Ice cream parlor and
Bakery in the new Williams building
on Main St. They have one of the pleas
antet and most attractive stores of this
class in.town. Their ice cream parlor is
especially attractive, and will no doubt
be one of the most pzgu.'lar rerorts ia
town- this summer. They propose to
conduct an up to-date establishment it
every respect. These gentlemen havea
thorough and practical knowledge of
their business and are prepared to serve
their customers in first class style ix
-The Great IimaI Swamp
Of Virginiia 's a breeding ground oi
Ma aria germs. So is lo w, wet or marshy
ground everywhere. These germa
cause weakness, chills and fever, ache!
in the bones and muscles, and mav in
duce dangerous maladies. But Elec
t.ric Bitters never fail to~ destroy thent
Sand cure malarial troubles They wil
surely prevent typhoid. "We triec
many remedies for Malaria and Stom
ac and Liver troubles." writes Jobr
Charleston, of Byesville, 0 , "but nevu
3found anything as good as Electri
Bitter." Try them. Onily 50e. Al
..u.gi-- mmuntee satisfaction.
rdu and Up
our part, always pi
unts for our- enorm<
Stell in favor of the
ium for the Styles and the
cent, even down to the ver,
is the reason our Clothin
ple about the well
Sand that we arese
TTE NTO NIs
and our line of elegi
00. We have just
ight Clothing in Sei
IE$T IN EVERYTHING IN
E HEAD TO FOOT CLOTH I
I Died in Columbia.
Miss Mary E. Luther, of Prosperity, Co:
died in this city yesterday afternoon af- ay S
ter a brief illness She was a young Meat
woman of many noble traits of character shou
and had won many friend3s while visiting Bes
The body will be taken to Prosperity God
on the 11 o'clock train today. A brief Cor
funeral service will be held at the resi- Me
dence of her sister, Mrs. Geo. S. Beard-n, Why
at 1107 Ehnwood avenue, at 9.45 a. nm. 1st P
The deceased has several brathers here. G$rC
Mr. E. W. Luther, of the firm of Luther Suga
& Bearden, and Messrs. E. B , R. P. and Rice
J. D. Luther, all of whom have recently' Col
moved to the c~ity and are engaged in oatts
business here.-The State, 21st. Hull
Miss Luther was a daughter of Dr. R.
L. Luther, of Prosperity, and was a most Ga_to'
excellent young lady. Her many friends Eg
throughout the county will regret to learn Corn
of her death. SweE
Good Property to be Auctioned.
On Saturday the 3rd of May the Proc
ter Todd property near the Southern
Railway in the western part of the town, T I(
now owned by Summer Bros , will be la
sold at auction. The proper.ty will be -- -
cut up into thirteen lots, one of which B0
will be given away absolutely free. The t b
property will go to the highest bidder --- 1
Sayedi Many a Time. rent.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even -
if it is spring. Such cases often result E
seriously at thie season just because
people are careless. A dose of One occu
Minute Coug~h Cure will remove all will
danger. Absolutely safe. Acts at tion
once. Sure cure for coughs, colds. stant
croup, grip, bronchitis, and other tbroat mont
and lung troubles "I have used One silve
Minute Cough Cure several years, says ties.
Postmaster C2. 0. Dawson, Barr, Ill. diffic
"It is the very best cough medticine on traI
the market. It has saved me many a
severe spell of sickness and I warmly T8
recommend it." The children's favor- Fi
Iite. W. E. Pelham & Son. Fi
Our t(lty Will Have Liquid Air. st
Newberry is to have an opportunity of
witnessing the marvelous things (done by
liquid air, an engagement having been -
made for a splendid lecturer and expert o
demonstrator to appear here on Friday.
evening, April 25th, bringing a supply of 1flt
genuine Liquefied Air, aind complete ap- at Ii
paratus with which to perform the dozens ast
of startling experiments that have recent tf
ly attractedl worldl-widle attention. Li
quid Air boils violentiy when placed cn
ice, andl freezes water when placed over a
fierce fire; it renders tin and iron brittle e ee
as glass, freezes quicksi'ver so hard that
nails are driven in a two-inch plank,
steel and electric light ca:bons will burn
in it, rubber becomes like glass, tin and -
iron are made sa brittle they will crush in i
the hand Liquid Air can run a heavy
engine, can be made a more powerful ex-ig
plosive than dynamite, will produce com- ? f t
plete combustion of coal, garbage, etc., he'd
-and there are scores of practical uses for -
its component gases. An entertainment on
this up-to-date subject cannot fail to be
Iinteresting and profitabk .
An acrid heart makes an acr-id soul.t
The farmer can give you spades-even N
ifh has o aorrls to hand out.
Have you Visiti
If not, com
Ward show you at
and pretty t
BUSINESS- visit us. All 1
itting the best Economica
to their inter(
)us sales. Wel0w and quc
buyer. low prices r
Eere For.'Not so wth
I in our prices. chandise, as i
Taste displayed in sort, much (
iowest thing is for I
g Business goes on run. Stylish
in mind that
the times in a
E IN I Small buy<
selected stock Ibecause they
elling the best -ge umost
get value rec
:alled just now Large should
o our splendid stock is corn
ne of Suits at good, our pric
int dress suits Shoes, Millir
received a lot Goods. Color
ges and Flan- Goods, Silks
RIOTHINGs, - NAL-n oI$"1
ION, prices to plea
ER. you in our sti
NEWBERRY KARKET c. i
rected every Tuesday and Friday
ders .......... ... 9c
Lard........... 9*o 2ic.
Voasse', nePw crop ... 60c. -
atent F1onr... $5 00. W s Gos W
lest Flour......... .... 44.50@4 75.
Flour... 94 25(g4.50
UxJnar~ , :r r. .. 3 75-a'4.00. I
-............ ...... . 5ta@5te.
.......................... n *(18*c. n r
C................,....... 8@17c. L
in seed m-eal, per sau 1.30.fl tt
.......... ........... . 35c. E a i t
per diozen ........ ....... 13cd B tit
kens, each.............. 15@25c
potatoes .............. G50@o Cod0cC
sy,per be........... 6 c
per bushel............. $I0
SPECIAL NOTICES. -EeetGnhm
UD AIR comes next Friday Mreie o
izes from 26 to 34 at 50g.. a suit at
A pply to Antine Buzhardt. t&f tfLie an SIk
V1VED-I have moved my jew- Ntoa an
lry establishment into the store 5 e n n
pied by Pelham's china hail andLo
in the future be in a better posi- Lwsa elB
o serve the public. I keep eon- - _ ______
ly on hand, Gold Watches, Dia
and wedding rings, j.-w.dry,
rware, cut glas t. clo,cks and novel
Remember ' am prepared to fit
nit eyes with glasses. Yours for
~i oen f xprmet nxtzlrasark Faitee t
) ~ ~ ~ Emress a lti.sb
ap er atteGs eRetda. varthite
icti cashaso rded Ql
f ~ ~ ~.Expst ein andtisthi
~~ ~~ satied det Gain
'L~IC [OUS-eronMhevr ceizd ha
offceon ora~s Ldinenda a d Silk Se
Osear b~ tlie5c.. t Remnan
L)ans bet cace RoeaipBn
h ir. D Azen of xprimnents tonet ~ 3* iC,1'C. .ad2
y ex n 'i. rt 50~ofBattlnbod
S. J.. WOOTEN.2 an
buie wit h afthe~ County *~. Supe - W a' ac hmay
d re osf E e at will pla call( heefr h pie
EL ot ice on EoDa and Sar days,5 ehveteiingetbi os
ros en is toffice days. tFidy .. ad stl-l helts e
RA G R CA I TI ne ree resGo5.Di'
he Lq.nid Air. Txperiens o beigDesuti o e u
C oe 'to oer atnd . an___L_
~otice t Crediorkos. Y
toL BUNE andstawerriesLA
dtrzene i the same d--h aet-a
t ME by Lqid A ir. ntistror n
ewbrr, C Ari 7t, 2.LDer s oods CLowin h
elaims against the estate of Mrs.
ie W Fant dee-ased are bereby
ded to render in the same duly at
-d to t be undersigned.
31Es K 'AILDER, Adoinistrator
... - a r, a -n 7a o I mada.a a$ i am Di
I our Store this Spring?
e and let us tell and
>out our many new
hings. You should
buyers should. We
ing to interest all.
I buyers will find it
.st as our prices are
tlities good. Often
nean shoddy stuff.
is. No seconds on
, all clean -good mer
oheap as the other
:heaper in the long
buyers should bear
we are abreast of
1rs should visit us
will be treated with
:eived for whatever
may spend with us.
come because our
plete, our qualities
iery, Ribbons, Dry
9d and Black Dress
all kinds, White
is, Linens, Linings,
s, Wash Goods, Um
astics of all kinds at
.se you.. Let us see
"With some very tempt
IromAilg values for the most
Helio and Black, Blues and
Whi'., White and Green. I)
Green and Pink~s..
Green and Black, f
ILinen anid Lilac,IUC
p Blue and White.
Pink and White Stripe, Blue and 3f
White rstripe, Blue and Black 3u
Stripe, Blue and White Figure. I
nmk.uBlue, Pink,YeIlow, Black i
1 UIIUPJandI navy with white cord. IULi.
Blues, Blacks, Linens and $2
pPinks. Laced Striped. I U3bs
Reds, Blues, Pinks and p
Black and White. .U
me ukrmn PINK, BLUES
HQUOMS AND REDS. 0
~rJSolid Pink, Blae, Brown i
Double Stripes, Blue, Ifl
b u Linen and Green. ii
issue in Linen Color 33c.
,very pretty styles for price,
s in Swisses, Batistes and
(ger Values, Better Goads, Lower Prices,
b these we are asking for your Springa
shown such an elegant line of Dry Goods,
yes Hats and Furnshing Goods as we have o
good and up-to-date we have. We want o,
y and Price are considered we d6serve it.
s Spring, and we know that you will be
%c. a yd. 100 Men's Suits for S 5.o worth 8 .oo.
c. a yd. ioo Miens Sut or $.o wort 12.5
cc. Men's Suits f3 $ 12nda ot5 ui C.n
c. a yd. 3-------- utsa $.o.$.~.f~o
cay. 25 .o o 4o s an d socuit Coer t es
c. a y . a5d oz yse th w ouit be or th y 5 ou bu . e
....... . - -stres
200 pairs Bofns ee Pants at just ande5
anyn taort ereCs andzu ya othri ats
LJR oR BsIKNEPnsS, c. oo
rien.- ewarv - .- C.